ORLEANS, Ma. – The Orleans Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce the recipients of this year’s scholarship awards. Five one-thousand dollar book awards were granted to local students of the 2014 graduating class at Nauset Regional High School.

Timothy Harry will be attending the University of New Hampshire and plans major in Computer Engineering. Timothy participated in the Cape Challenge Rowing & Sailing Club, is a member of the National Honors Society, Key Club, and the Nauset Varsity Sailing Team.

Daniel Harry will be attending the University of Delaware and intends to major in Chemical Engineering. Daniel is a member of the National Honors Society, Vice President of the Nauset Key Club, Captain of the Nauset Junior Varsity Lacrosse Team, and participated in the Cape Challenge and the Atlantic Challenge International Team U.S.A.

Sean Mahoney plans to attend Massachusetts Maritime Academy and will major in Marine Engineering. Sean was a member of the Nauset Varsity Football and Sailing Teams and the Boy Scouts of America.

Hannah Wilson will be attending Skidmore College and intends to major in Spanish and Studio Art.  Hannah is a member of the National Honors Society, Nauset Girls Golf Team, and the Student Council. She volunteers at the Lower Cape Homeless Prevention Council.

Christopher Wingard plans to attend Tufts University and will major in International Relations. Christopher is a member of the National Honors Society, Boy Scouts of America, Green Club, Student Senate and Student Council, Vice President for the Class of 2014, and Vice President of the Democrats Club.

The Orleans Chamber of Commerce congratulates the scholarship recipients and wishes them best of luck in their college careers. The Chamber believes in helping our youth realize their dreams by providing the annual scholarship awards.

The Orleans Chamber of Commerce is a private non-profit membership organization which works to strengthen, support and promote the economic viability of our business community and town. The Orleans Chamber of Commerce advocates for approximately 300 members led by a volunteer board of directors who are dedicated to creating a business environment that offers opportunity, sustainable commerce and a place where people of all ages can live and work, while honoring our past and preserving our historic buildings and community traditions. For more information please call (508) 255-7203 or visit www.orleanscapecod.org.

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